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Oct 10, 2012 11:00pm EDT
we may still be around. i think it should be called bankruptcy. any specialized staff peer jessica hospital when it goes bankrupt and you can't turn the lights off, financial company all you need is turning to the system. it could be done. in fact it was quite successful by the fdic for a long period of time. so i think there's phrase you want to structure so the regulators say that jpmorgan starts to fail and missile chapter 14 commanders that happens with the money keeps on moving. equity holders pay everything. if there's any money left when jpmorgan is $400 billion of equity unsecured debt. there's no way were going to lose all that. but if it did come though chargeback to the big banks, just like fdic today. so citizens never pay. also i think with that failure happens, all callbacks revoked, all directors fired in the name is buried forever. so we remember why they should have been. so it shouldn't hurt the economy and stuff like that. so those are what they should be doing. like i said, if jpmorgan, presumably the reason companies get bigger if they offer big declines, but b
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